- Dell colours netbook for kids
- Dell’s school netbook seems priceworthy to me!
- Latitude 2100: Dell Netbook for Schools
- New $369 Dell netbook for schools has germ-busting keyboard
- Ubuntu to be offered by Dell Australia
- Dell's Latitude 2100: More Than Just Kid Stuff
- Amid Linux netbook jitters, Dell stands firm
desktoplinux.com: Linux users should soon be able to use USB-connected monitors that incorporate DisplayLink's chips. DisplayLink has released Linux versions of its USB monitor source code under LGPL, and has partnered with Novell and the Linux Driver Project to develop drivers for desktops and mobile devices.
ostatic.com/blog: As noted on the Musician's Friend site, Linux fans with musical abilities may want to take note of the new $499 Indamixx Netbook MKII. It runs a Linux multimedia operating system called Transmission 3.0 that has a set of applications for editing, mixing, and recording music.
ostatic.com/blog: What's the saying? "The road to ruin is paved with good intentions?" Though I am not a fellow Alabamian like reporter Dan Whisenhunt, I had my own reasons for hoping the Envizions EVO Linux Game Console would at least -- well, get a better review than it did.
- Game over for Linux netbooks?
- Living with a netbook: Toy or tiny notebook?
- Open Source Netbook Protection: Adeona
linuxdevices.com: NorhTec announced a netbook that operates on eight AA batteries, has an internal power supply, and runs Linux on a 1GHz x86-based SoC (system on chip).
linuxdevices.com: The 15-inch Protege 15 and 8-inch Protege 8 respectively offer 1GHz Via Eden or 500MHz AMD Geode LX800 processors, and both include gigabit Ethernet connectivity.
reghardware.co.uk: French vendor Linutop's original model of its eponymous machine was the size of a Nintendo DS, with no on-board storage at all – it booted from a USB stick. It's now been replaced with the Linutop 2, essentially a rebadged Ion A603 MiniPC from First Computer – but with European support.
- What was the first netbook?
- Netbooks with 10-inch displays dropping below $300
- Lenovo: Linux has no future on netbooks
- The shape of the coming netbook revolution
- Netbooks with Linux save some money but cause headaches
- Linux netbooks expected to reach 50% market share
news.cnet.com: Jay Last and Gordon Moore, two of the most famous surviving men of the team that first created the planar integrated circuit, celebrate the IC's 50th anniversary at the Computer History Museum.